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William Murray, from left, Abigail Stapler, Susan Owens, Jonathan Muecke, Larissa Moore and Beth Richardson of Madison’s Progress Bank hold the Small Business of the Year award. CONTRIBUTED
William Murray, from left, Abigail Stapler, Susan Owens, Jonathan Muecke, Larissa Moore and Beth Richardson of Madison’s Progress Bank hold the Small Business of the Year award. CONTRIBUTED

MADISON – Progress Bank has been selected as 2015 “Small Business of the Year.”

“Progress Bank is honored to have received the Madison Chamber of Commerce’s Small Business of the Year award. We are thrilled to be in this community serving the financial needs of this community,” Beth Richardson, Madison Market President, said.

The award was designed to recognize the dedication, innovation and entrepreneurial spirit displayed by a small business member of Madison Chamber of Commerce.

Madison Chamber of Commerce’s 2015 Small Business Awards ceremony was held at Insanity Complex in Madison on Nov. 10. The night was filled with inspiration as the chamber honored local businesses and community leaders.

Dan & Josie from 102.1-WDRM hosted the event. Todd J. Slyman, founder Village of Providence and Village at Oakland Springs, was featured speaker.

The Presenting Sponsor was Landers McLarty, while Progress Bank served as Cocktail Hour Sponsor. Madison Publications was Gold Sponsor.

Platinum sponsors were iHeartMedia, WDRM, Republic Services, Redstone Federal Credit Union, Family Security Credit Union, WEKI and WTKI.

Madison Chamber of Commerce’s address is 130 Park Square Lane in Hogan Family YMCA. For more information, call 256-325-8317 or visit madisonALchamber.com.

Progress Bank is an Alabama State chartered commercial bank, Member FDIC, with offices in Huntsville, Decatur, Florence and Madison. The bank is a full-service financial institution offering commercial, consumer, wealth management/investment services and mortgage banking services across North Alabama.

For more information, visit myprogressbank.com.

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